Temperature sensor Thermolog MK2- / EK2 - Desina series
The temperature sensor Thermolog MK2 / EK2 designed by Bühler Technologies is produced according to the Desina standard.
Desina is a brand name of the VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association) and stands for a technically specified standardised installation concept on machine tools, which has decentralised structures.
With the standard analogue output of 4-20 mA found nearly throughout the entire sector of temperature measuring technology, the Thermolog MK2 / EK2 provides a continuous signal, which remains stable over long distances irrespective of the cable length. A Pt-100 is used as a sensor. The transmitter has a small and compact design and is located in the hexagon head. The Thermolog MK2 / EK2 measures the current temperature quickly and precisely and converts it into an analogue signal 4-20 mA. This signal can be implemented in the system control unit in any number of threshold values.